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CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 12:00pm EDT
with the bear case. let's hear from our traders right here in studio. guy, josh brown, and mike mur y murphy. m.m., how high is your confidence? >> it's pretty high. i think the market has been thrown a lot of reasons to pull back but it's been holding its own. the market has been holding key pull-back levels. i believe we're going to get up to that 1475 level. if we break above that, i think the s&p just wants to get near 1500. >> mr. brown, do you agree? >> well, i mean, it's really hard to fight the strength. what's interesting is it's pretty broad-based. a couple of notable areas that aren't participating, but a couple. most of what's happening is working. i think what's interesting is clearly when you see numbers like we saw this morning on consumer confidence, the conference board, et cetera, most people really are not worried about what we're worried about here on wall street. most people don't care about europe or care about china. so long as their home price is okay, they have a job, confidence seems to be there. and i think that's filtering through to u.s. equities right now. >> guy?
CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm EDT
melissa and the traders are chatting with governor jerry brown who just signed a bill to allow california's first driverless cars to hit the road. it all begins right now. have a great night. see you tomorrow. >>> stocks post the worst loss in three months is. a federally dying? >> i think the fed has been absolutely stupid the whole time, but that's neither here nor there. >> but the bulls and the bears are still duking it out. >> you expect things to be down much more than they are, and they either don't stay down or they find buyers midday. that is saying i've got a chance. >> google and apple are still competing for top text stock, but can the underdog stage a turnaround. >> the board of yahoo! in that process -- i mean, i don't know what i would do if i had my hands around their scrawny necks. >> going global for value. still fuming for "monday night football." fresh from the trading floor, in is "fast money." >>> stocks sliding as unrest keeps up in spain. thousands of spanish protesters demonstrating in madrid as a new government prepares a new round of austerity measure
CNBC
Sep 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
of global equities at pimco. good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> you sent paul and mike brown down to cincinnati and they've made my life miserable for 20 years. so i blame you. actually, i think it's mike brown the problem, but at least the bengals are 2-1. >> the bengals are 2-1, the browns, every now and then there's fleeting moments, but they find a way to lose. i have a new motto, which is if the browns lose but i didn't watch, it's a win for me. >> and it didn't really happen, maybe? right. >> exactly. maybe it didn't happen. >> you don't need to read that. larry does that now with the fed. they do things and you just pretend, you don't even want to know, do you? >> i probably don't want to know. unfortunately, i have to for my job. but, you know, i thought that jackson hole was one of the most interesting i had ever attended. >> he told you he would do it there, didn't he? >> when i heard the speech, i heard it as sort of a standard on the one hand, on the other hand you can hear what you wanted to hear. but i think that, you know, they think they have a mandate to deal with
CNBC
Oct 2, 2012 12:00pm EDT
is another one. if you look at value, very, very low valuations. >> i want to go one more. josh brown, give me the read on that. einhorn says short it. what do you say? >> i was at the conference, and there was a gasp. there were rumors that this would possibly be an einhorn target. it came to fruition. the south side doesn't understand chipotle's customer. they think they go to starbucks and panera and einhorn said that taco bell is the big threat. they launched a catina bell, so that was interesting to me. i thought the gm long idea was interesting. he thinks they can earn as much as $6 post taxes in earning per share by 2014, which would make this stock very cheap if he's right. >> moral of the story, einhorn speaks and stock moves. let's move on. what is the u.s. government doing to restore confidence? they're hosting a roundtable to discuss technology and training. we are joined live from washington, d.c. with more on that. aman. >> it's a day-long roundtable ongoing right now. they're hearing from a variety of industry experts from exchanges and from players who are buying and selling
CNBC
Sep 30, 2012 7:30pm EDT
this week, california governor jerry brown signed a law legalizing driverless cars. the search giant has been developing self-driving cars for several years. they use cameras and radar to detect other vehicles. and have reportedly logged more than 300,000 road miles without an incident. implementing this idea is right on schedule. >>> you know, it was just at the 1939 worlds fair when general motors predicted a highway system full of electric cars controlled by remote radio as part of the company's futurerama exhibit and predicted those cars would be on the road in 1960. that will do it for us. next week, a special interview, oracle co-founder, ceo and third richest american, larry ellison will be our special guest. each week keep it here where wall street meets main street. have a great week, everybody. i'll see you again next week. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you engineer a true automotive breakthrough? ♪ you give it bold new styling, unsurpassed luxury and nearly 1,000 improvements. introducing the redesigned 2013 glk. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offer
CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 7:00pm EDT
blocked by the democrats. right after brown versus the board of education, they ran a segregationist on their ticket. and who pushes through the civil rights laws, all the way through until finally in the mid '60s. lbj switches to opposing the civil rights laws. and they cared about the blacks for five minutes and then they mores onto talking about rights for girls that want to have abortions. they have dumped the blacks and moved onto larger voting blocks now. >> i am. he comes out with 47% remark and his own party is beating him over the head. my pal bill christy killing the guy. were they too hard on him? >> he was talking to donors he it was a secret tape he was making an obvious point. he was saying they are rejecting me so i might as well not waste my time campaigning to them. that doesn't mean that when you become president -- obviously, ronald reagan's policies did more for poor people and lower middle-class people than certainly the policies of obama? >> can romney win? >> yes. >> 23 million unemployed. >> why are our conservative brothers and sisters so panicky. i agree wit
CNBC
Sep 28, 2012 6:00am EDT
, they got a standing ovation as they took the field. the ravens beating the browns 23-16. we will have more on the game and on what's happening in sports at 6:20 eastern time. first andrew has the morning's top business headlines. >>> on the global markets agenda, results of an audit of spanish banks will be released today. this will reveal the amount needed to capitalize the country's beleaguered banks. audit results come one day after spain announced its 2013 budget and steve sedgwick will be joining us live with more on all of that in just a few minutes. france is also announcing its budget plans today. president hollande said that the budget will be the toughest in 30 years. government needs to find about $39 billion of spending cuts or deshl resources to meet its 2013 deficit target. and fitch is lowering its 2012 growth forecasts both for china and india. citing deteriorating outlook of the global economy. so not a great way to start the morning. >> no, not great, but i like seeing what we did -- i saw ge and i was going to tell whoever thinks that we need to kiss up to them still --
CNBC
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. a 67 -- all right, a 57-year-old man while waiting for the browns to take field for an hour and a half i'm going over this nike quarter. line by line. geez north america so strong 23. china so weak six. finally i realize, holy cow, nike's charging too much for its sneaks. that's all you need to know. we've been scaling back for the travel trust. i think the stock goes higher i'm a seller. let's go to joe in texas, please, joe. >> caller: good day to you, mr. cramer. a question about the strength of the telecommunication industry. jup per. morgan stanley rate earnings estimate on cisco, should i be adding to my positions in juniper? >> i think juniper is a casually if not collateral damage of what could be a very good quarter coming with cisco. why i do say that? both morgan stanley and goldman said cisco's having a very strong quarter. it's coming out of someone's high. and i think it could be the giants. oh, i'm sorry. i mean juniper. goodbye, september. hello, october! it's all about the big picture. we have some optimism but we got to watch the big picture numbers. and this, the big
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 7:00pm EDT
that the water was between ankle and hip deep. meantime california governor jerry brown signed a law barring employees and universities from asking applicantses for their social media screen names and i.d.s. meantime google by the way celebrated a birthday 14 years today since the search engine went active and became a verb and so much more. google's market cap at the close today, $198 billion and change. and j. k. rowling's earlier readers are now adult, just in time for her first adult novel published today. fans lined up to buy the book in london minus the wizard costumes. and new york city's economic development arm is in negotiations to build the world's biggest ferris wheel on staten island. mayor bloomberg says it will be built with private money. construction won't begin for a year. you'll ride in a pod with up to 40 people and the ride take as ha take as half an hour. >> i want to go back to the r 8 rowling back. i hear it's sexually risque. >> anything like 50 shades of grey? >> i heard it from joe kernen and he always speaks the truth. >>> coming up, president obama says it is ec
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 1:00pm EDT
and the browns? do you think players are going to go out there and hug the returning referees? do you think fans are going to cheer them? >> i bet they do. and i bet you get a standing ovation out of the fans. certainly at the watering holes where i might be tonight, tyler, i think there will be a lot of cheering. >> in the history of any sport, simon. >> in watering holes across america, yes. >> thank you. let's go to the bond pits with some breaking news. $29 billion in seven-year notes rupp for auction and rick santelli's all over it. >> yeah, you know, tyler, this was pretty much one of the spongier of the three auctions. 29 billion seven years. the yield 1.055. so 105 1/2. 1.06 bid offered. 1.055. we priced it on the offer side at w.i. that's nice and tight. that's where the good news pretty much ends. the bid to cover 2.61, the weakest since october of last year, ten months, ten auction averages, 2.81. 41% is the ten auction average on indirects. 41.9 directs. ten auction average 14%. this one 17. dealers took roughly about 48% of the auction. this one's going to be a c. price solid but al
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 5:00pm EDT
is really driving the action here? josh brown, you're sitting in front of your screens. around noontime or so something turned around in the market. spain seems like the answer. >> today the narrative is that spain unveiled a budget and it was a lot more amenable to what they thought northern europe would approve. there's pent up money. that gave them a reason to buy their favorites. they came in and did just that. it's another situation where flows are trumping fundamentals because if you looked at any of the economic data this morning, there was nothing to like. literally nothing to like starting from durable goods, gdp. i think people have money to put to work. today they said, spain's good, let's buy. >> i agree with that. people are looking to jump in on any positive news out of europe. i think underneath that are the technicals that you have to pay attention to here. the market's giving you these strong levels of support. today it was right around the 1425, 1428, 1430 level. we hit a low of 1433. when we held that level i think that coupled with spain had a lot of people coming in
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
will be back on the field starting with the game tonight between the cleveland browns and the baltimore ravens. the agreement still needs to be ratified by the membership with voting set for friday and saturday but boy did they get this together quickly after that call from monday. >>> meantime the nfl fined new england patriots coach $50,000 for grabbing the arm of a replacement official at the end of the game against the ravens last week and kyle shanahan was fined $25,000 for abuse of officials in washington's loss to cincinnati. >>> no doubt the oakland a's will not be bragging about this record. chris carter's strikeout in the second inning last night at texas broke the single season american league team record for striking out, the strikeout was for 1,325th of the season for the aest, one more than tampa bay's rays had back in 2007, the team has seven games left to add to its total a. >> comments, questions about anything you see here around the set on "squawk" shoot us an e-mail, squawk@cnbc.com, follow us on twitter, @squawkcnbc is the handle. >>> come up, honeywell's ceo is in the hou
CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 9:00am EDT
gordon brown for global education launching education first, an initiative to provide primary care to children globally. at the nasdaq, erickson equipment provider does the honor there is. lots to watch heading into the open. the case stiller numbers were positive across the board helping to put a bid on the markets right here. >> in all our surprise, that didn't have more staying power after that. >> i totally faded into the close. there was a barclays note on housing this morning, so even though we have seen the data to back up a turn in the housing market, maybe we have already seen the anticipation in the stocks. >> rbc came out the other way. the battleground in housing is in keeping with the battleground in transports, the battleground in steel, these are all -- i was mentioning to david while talking beforehand, these are things -- how bad is the slow down? we don't know. >> it's the question everybody asks. >> yeah. >> slowdown is a word some might take issue with. >> 4.5 million autos. the housing is going up, not down. maybe it is going at a different pace about it. >> a
CNBC
Oct 2, 2012 6:00am EDT
the obama care vote really was. we know scott brown they had to do reconciliation after he won. gym webb fairly won, al franken sort of harvested the boats to beat norm coleman. those made a difference. evan bayh and jim weber saying we wish we hadn't taken 20% of the economy with no republican votes and legislated the most unpopular bill in history that's still unpopular and really poisoned the whole political atmosphere, at the same time you weren't trying to add jobs. it was almost an impediment to adding jobs. >> using reconciliation process on prapts the most important piece of legislation in the last 20 years, it is basically contrary to what america was built on, america was built on consensus. america was built on getting people on board, and legislating accordingly, not in effect using a mickey mouse process to pass a staggering bill that nobody who voted for it had ever read. is this the way you run a country? >> i guess chuck, our friend, pushed jim webb on, wish he hasn't voted for it. no, but even getting him to admit and evan bayh. >> he said he wouldn't? >> he didn't say h
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